Happy Homecoming, Buckeye fans! The season may be going a bit rougher than we would have liked, but Ohio State is still on top, and we still have two months to find our groove and get things moving. We get another chance at that today against Maryland. Let's see what we've got going on today:
When and where is the game today?
It's Homecoming, so—logically—it's a home game. The Bucks and the Terps kick off at noon today.
I don't go outside when it isn't summer. How can I watch?
Today's game will be available on the Big Ten Network. You can also tune in via BTN2Go, provided you have access to someone's login credentials. As always, Paul Keels and company can help you out on 97.1 FM The Fan or your local Ohio State radio network affiliate.
How's Maryland looked so far this season?
Things aren't looking so great for the Terrapins this season. They'll take to the field today 2-3, with losses to BGSU, WVU, and Michigan. They're also probably going to fire the coach after the game, so things aren't exactly super duper over in College Park right now. Getting fired is never good; getting fired halfway through the season is especially rough.
Whose head will Lee Corso be wearing today?
With Corso, you can never be sure. GameDay is headed back west today to watch No. 5 Utah host No. 23 California. The only two remaining undefeated teams in the Pac-12 will square off tonight at 10 p.m. ET (curse you, time zone differentials!) on ESPN and WatchESPN. This game is definitely worthy of your attention; as Ohio State fans know, those bubble teams are not to be underestimated.
What else is going on in the Big Ten?
We go into week 6 with five ranked teams: No. 1 Ohio State, No. 4 Michigan State, No. 13 Northwestern, No. 18 Michigan, and No. 22 Iowa.
Joining us at noon, we have Indiana at Penn State and Illinois at No. 22 Iowa.
At 3:30 p.m., you can watch No. 13 Northwestern at No. 18 Michigan, Wisconsin at Nebraska, and Minnesota or Purdue.
FInally, at 8 p.m., we've got No. 4 Michigan State at Rutgers.
If you've got any other questions, this here chart has all the answers. Enjoy.